LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Zaijian, BeijingWest Industries

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BeijingWest Industries (BWI) Indiana, a China-owned company, is closing its Greenfield business after operating there since only 2019. What do the Hancock County Council, Hancock Economic Development Corporation, and Greenfield Mayor Guy Titus think about this?

Letter to the Editor: Harvest of Talents helps feed the hungry

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Nobody made a greater mistake than he who did nothing because he could do only a little.

Indiana lost 346K square miles of farmland. Why you don’t need to worry.

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A quiet announcement was followed with the scare headlines from television station websites — “Indiana has lost 345,700 acres of farmland, mostly to development.”

Niki Kelly: Swift’s life choices are fodder for role model attack. Don’t buy it.

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I am not a Swiftie. I can’t name a single song by Taylor Swift besides “Shake It Off.” But a recent Newsweek column about her life choices has me infuriated.

John Krull: Washington’s lessons for Roberts and Biden

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On the day the U.S. Supreme Court greatly expanded the powers of America’s chief executive, both the chief justice and the president of the United States invoked the name of George Washington.

Letter to the Editor: Harvest of Talents helps feed the hungry

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Nobody made a greater mistake than he who did nothing because he could do only a little.

Brian Howey: Hoosier Democrats turn to a farmer for lieutenant governor

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The last time Indiana Democrats found themselves in a hole this deep, they turned to the young son of a former liberal senator. Evan Bayh was a moderate conservative. He aligned himself with President Bill Clinton’s centrist Democratic Leadership Council and in that era, Democrats in Washington and Indianapolis steered a moderate course that included welfare reform and balanced federal budgets.

Michael Hicks: Silly tax cut proposals

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We are well into election season, so we are bombarded with talk of slashing taxes. Nearly all of this is electioneering nonsense that won’t come to pass.

Marcus: Dollars on the move

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The two Indiana candidates for Governor might hold up their hometowns (New Castle for McCormick and Jasper for Braun) as models for the concerns surfacing lately about small city survival.